Indiana Black Librarians Network

Established in 2001, the Indiana Black Librarians Network provides opportunities for Black librarians in the state of Indiana to exchange and share ideas, collaborate on library-related projects, promote professional development activities, sponsor scholarship initiatives, utilize a network for the sharing of information between librarians and para-professionals, and establish channels of communication between Black librarians and para-professionals throughout the state.

With dedicated members on the side of the people, the Center has a team of library professionals who can help our community connect with library and other resources as well as the trained researchers to help them find and put those resources to use. With the Liberation Center on their side, the IBLN has a firm foundation to withstand racist attacks emerging from our local, state, and federal governments. We look forward to see how we creatively collaborate and cooperate to eliminate racism, inequality and injustice from our community.